1997 Plymouth Voyager 6 cylinder from North America
Very roomy, reliable, and comfortable
Went through three transmissions. My dad does not believe that you should stop before you shift. He is very hard on vehicles. He blames the transmissions on bad quality. but every car he drives goes through transmissions.
When my mom and dad both drove it it only went through one transmission rebuild. When my dad got it to himself he needed to replace the wheel barrings, front shocks, and tons of other front end parts. and he went through two transmissions. which arnt cheap. The last time he had it to a shop it was $3000 to fix the tranny. But its not my dad says its old it will go through those things.
It was a very good car until my dad got his hands on it. it drove smoothly, handled well in the snow, started up all the time, and was very roomy.
The seats were very comfortable.
I hauled my dirt bike in the back at times.
So tell me is it bad for a transmission, if you don't stop before shifting?
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 26th February, 2008